WHAT TO DO IF YOU FIND A BABY SONGBIRD OUT OF ITS NEST…


Dorset Spring 17

There’s plenty of advice on this fraught topic to be found on the internet and elsewhere, much of it common sense. I haven’t seen it set out as simply  as in this graphic from the US, leavened with a good dose of humour too. Well, it made me laugh, anyway. I normally put my own stuff on this blog, but occasionally it’s worth making an exception. I have to say that if the answer to the first question is ‘Yes’ and the injury is serious, there may in fact be a need to take more swift and drastic action for the bird’s own sake. That’s another topic, however…

Baby Bird Advice ChartProps to birdandmoon.com;  baby blackbirds in Dorset RH

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